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Yojinit Brown' John Our lnt lnucintulrnHj h reference would tiike place In uotlon about thu LouUvlllu conrcn. inn ni.riUtru lion, llic election law, Ac, Mr. Bryan Uanvlllu vYadosMlay ovenlug, vhen t n ptoniliM.nl xo'inif Jicoplu of tio Mild nt Louisville: lu unltn Hair ii t cKihi mi Now ho Hk II It no tnio that Oil ' l" i( miri Tnuior. tho was clone. I want to ay thot I did not (i , lish J dnilitfr of como to lt in Judgment on nny p"iiv ' I did not couiti to dlcus tho .dutnlls of nn election law. I como to .at- - nmi I anv with ctiii)hnlt. that If it...r wii.anvthlnirdone In that con vcntlon that a democrat doc not think ought to haio been done, I ak of that democrat what hl remedy Is Is It to ii ulecta republican governor and olllelal.' Tho man who tries t a democratic convention by I gethcr with tho highest typo of wltand " " . humor. Bo lies no superiors and but few equals on tho American mage. Iimnortu Mr, Bryan's appenrunco hero and at Stanford uu like lha coming of tho orb ot day, und our local statesmen lott their brilliancy, ns the star fndo away at tho npproaeh of thu run. It hud that effect on the lesser llfiht here, and J. M. Duncan oajs thnt the amo wn true of It. C Warren and other nt Sinn- ! ford Joe Uoblnmin I happy because ho was permitted to touch tho hem of hli garment. Of tin Best Line of At a iiieottmr of tho dctnucrntlu county comniltteo hold on Tueday. 10th, tho s'crelary, Mr. Letcher Owsley, was ordered to call n nu convention of tho democrat of Garrard county to picct correct republican governor In Lancaster on at ibe court-hoii- o elcUlnir responsibility for all that govSaturduv, Oct. 21sttttt2-l- ' M., tonomi-- l nate a candidate for tho Legislature.1 ernor docs after ho has boon circled. I would notdosorvc jour confidence Tho call ha been Issued and tho noml j nation wilt meet with tho approval of If I stayed In XobraUa nnd ullowcd on and Imltlnir democrat to play on my name. thu democracy, The race Senator Blackburn will have another lion'- - Suit!, ?7.0, worth 10; lion's $10 Suits worth 512; Hen's :?12 Suite worth $15; If boiling democrat want to.. votu for An excellent Chereoat for $5, "rood ones for $1 SO, $8, voter In tne next contest. A Utiy ot Hen's $15 Suits worth $1S republican, or for n democrat put up of democratic light will come Irom Buck $10. $12 nnd $20. All of these, goods are guaranteed in fit and workmanship. In opHiltlon W tho regular nomlnco eye, thu republican stronghold, nnd tho party, let them do It, but let them victory l sure. riimn out boldly nnd tate their real object nnd not claim they aro doing It CJ A very largo crowd heard I lev. Sam . toenvomc. II ttint uomnn iivkbs Jones on Wcdcesdny night, und hi I been inado up of my own brother vorkman-,hi- ) f Hrlcr manner of defiling with tho AVo are now handling the Hocker Boatcc, which is guaranteed in tiik uitini. would never ink n single man to shortcoming of humanity elicited fre axd wear. OU hiiois lor We are selling thib wcelc our regular pi. rl.10, our regular It, for this I not ft question of Mr Htxl Mr John T bmuel quent applause. Ill subject. "Charac 2.00 Shoe for l.."50, our regular 2.30 Shoe for 2.00, our :3.00 Shoe for 2.o0, our )J0 Shoe ri men, hut of principle" r, ter nnd Characters," was well handled K luldTr. k pniiriHii wwoif for o00. our 4.00 Shoe for :j.2j, our o.OO Mioe for I.2.J. This includes our Stacy Adams' Mr, Bryan said In hi Loulville thu ono mlrro.t to and and hlcxoltiualton of the illtTnroneo wrao who 1 have known peeelr between character and reputation, and Illlt. .Imiiih l their thy weif murrlitd hy Etd thought thut they eould oxprc Tb pretty h'liie ortrunlit at Che nay to bulli a good character were Allen by voting tho Brown ticket. (itfeUxn ehe'-edemocracy nnd le.Ue Iwlng ft woilh mitti more iban the 'lecture Became that ticket tmid upon an Mcupllnhtl eotiT. Ill uxciirlatlon of public and musician of rotnv ikhm tP of the Chicago platform Mr Dudderar I hutlnee men for uoteomlngoutagalnet la intiny oihr w "We have the hest working Shirts in the country; 10 inches long, full width, sold ev- some democrat have been led to wrong, and hi thriiet at the young a pUiHlhl yvuttif wan, tti.trul hiiU that they can oxpre their faith irofo!onal "fools," who become kep- - ei'V W'liorc for ,)C, now oOc. Good dre-s-- j tshirts, Omi best farmer and .Madras cloth, 50c. Full of bdI In democratic principle by voting thai of ul NMtiOtl ileal, brought the houfc down repeated-- 1 (,.cs5 siu.t 1.Q0 to 1.23. The&e will be sold as long as they last. I want to ay to you. iny ticket. Hut J. S I)dk nod Ml.i Lvllii Bogcr IV. He ulil that, Ii Lancuslur hail one friend, that law are. made not by nmn w,rn murrl. J l lolin VI1mih'- - on thu man In ii, the "Blind Tigers" would bo who are candidate for offloe, but by lSlh destroyed atoiioe. IlobiuronandSwlnc-broa- d &-9) Jyfi'ys s?zi men who aro elected to olllee, and you made hi coming protltublo and W! W. II. Tritf ty, a l1aor of 10. ard lod to bollovo drraocraU who have been were everybody wn satisfied. ' -- I. Mr. Ktru Holton, a arulo "We have an elegant of Hats and to introduce these goods we are offeriii"- thatiou oxprs jour democracy by married at Jumtr Trusty ' Tuerduy Ou Tuesday foreaoon, Mr. J. II. Bob- 1 llrown ticket want to nvjr Uur regular $l.oU line at tf 1. 10, our regular 2.00 hue at .ntr. in.ihii Judfto lr!d Balwru, formerly lnon reoelved a tologram from Senator the following speeia pricea: under-Manuodertandno- - lha sooner jou Our regular Stetson line, this week will FarrU ntHiing that tho Bryan train 1.50, our 2.50 ine for 2.00. our 3.00 line for 2.50. Gov Bfadlrtv' prlTnW when you vols It the beltor-lh- ut You can't all'ord to miss these Bargains. All of our goods are leave Owonsboro Ut ululm a Kruakforl would stop More Tuesday at 0 V. M. Tho .only, at 3.25. for Brown Instead of Coubul jou who ' bride-l.Li- Ml. now oon went the round, arrange-moeed to give si tisfaction or money refunded. We kindly ask you to inspect this -. -... .ini wuir hiiDoori from u democratic Ulureneo wood, noiiarenco ui mo were mde to placo electric possibility and mako po.lblc tho - Illchimind Ollmax, but a youth of 10, light whLro thu coach would stop, and, of a republican governor and u rt- and Mint Mullnd.i James, IT, were mar- at the unpointed time, about TOO people .!. L. FRO 11 MAX Ss CO., DANVILLE,- - KY. EL publlcau administration ek. were In waiting, and five time that ried at I. A. Jnmci.' tnl Mr. B. Y. Bonable, of Vucceburp, number might have been preeent If It' POLITICIANS ASP POLTICS. shot her husbaod lu tho head Inlllctlng had been known sooner and tho weath- -' lucky. In responding to tho call of my Col. St. John Boyle, of Louisville, adaagerou wound, whun he uxiottu-lale- tl or had been favorable. A tho train j brethren to help them at "sacramental ' r, with her fur unbecoming conduct. approached, bearing tho proiecllvo meeting;" and hud I not been has announced his candidacy for U. S. ' ful In winning soul, so that tho various republican ticket. l'or nice new Dr. I S Wnrren, of Somerset, ai d senator and president, u shout Senator on the Congressman Charle K. Wheeler Mis Mary Severance, of Lebanon, were wont up from the enthusiastic crowd, Ichurche had, at least, a sprinkling of Dry Goods and Xotions, the Xewest Things in married in Loulvlllo lum night. Tho and Mr. Bryau made uohort speech fulli "my convert," among them; l comu otter udlldo time and pay the , not have had a hearing, as a dlscredlt- any republican who will meet brldo I u eou.ln of our Sdverancen and of good advice and from abuse. lieckties, Collnrs,Cu(I, Shirtsand Underfrom my oun tect. democratic ed "corae-outer- " tho groom ii hroitier of Hon II. C. llo said that Kentucky him on the Hump. wear of all Kind-?- , for Big, Litte, Old vand mat It will vole In favor of the But with the little constituency or cou- Warren. If there Uu Brown man In Oil and Young. Latest Style Shoes Mir Whlto Mae Dsimy, duught r of prlnclplos of tho Chlc.igo platform verts, In nearly ull the towns, forming icinity ho ha not been found. Ono of our neighbor asked tho other day what Mr. und Mr, W. K. Donny. and Mr. thnt fivcrv man has tho rli'ht tn vntn as a nucleus, of. sometimes, very llllluen- Tor ladle. Men. OlrU and lloy. TIib very latest things In Clothing. 15 Brown wa running for. Leaf Cor. Uo- IVior leauo Sieiibargon, of Wol Vir- ho chooses, but hu should consider well tial persons, I secured a hearing; nnd y)arV i h elenco In taking uit.KUrcs and I call St any old slinpo. I will C ginia. wn inhrrli1 jdsvarday at 1 the responsibility that rests upon him "as faith coincth by hcarlnjj," tho be glad to furnish you uuy da) In tlio je.ir suitable goods at bottom prices Bon. W. I'. Thorno I Indignant over o'clocl: at tho Ftrit I'rurbt turlnu chui ch in deciding how to caol that vote; that sweet gospel did tho reot, by the graco printed lu ft Brown organ Blehmond n owteraont democrats, who voted against Gov. of God to the effect that in a prlvuto converV J June, the clever old widower Bradley, could corulnly afford to voto And now, I Und "history repeating would sation ho predicted tlmt Ooebol of Crnli Orchard, and Mlt Lenria It against Taylor; tbut the' Brown ticket itself." But for tho phenomenal suc- o 9m bo beaten. Mr Thorno denounce tho Stu.irl, the oxeelleul daughter of Mr. aids the Taylor ticket, and that n man'ceesof our (Mario was used by tho statement as an Infamous Uo. of that place, were Is very risky who will assist a man tn Lord, a much as I) ministry from "77 William Stuart, Two hundred nnd fifty member of marrlid in Mrs Alice New land' Wed- doing what a republic governor to '85 in Kentucky, my present "Now County Democracy Irom tho Cook nesday. This paper which i a friend might do. Mr. Goebel thanked our Departure" could not have secured a a campaign uru marching for STANFORD, KY. of both bruto nnd groom luleiul hearvoter for their help lu securing the hearing. But thero aro so many who tour through Kentucky In the Interest ty congratulation and wlhe. nomination, and usked for their sup-lo- ri have been beuofltod by the dear gospel William Shclton, President. f n.x.bel for governor and through lu November, In order to redeem of the Olden tlmo; that, In spite of Beuutlfully engraved card nnnuncui itul OollesUte Deiartmsnti, Mui'c, Art, Elocu Primary, I'nipuato y, Ohio for McLean for governor. They tho tuarrlsgu of Mis Mary Ilbliuo Kentucky and to placo her in tho front falso or truo report, will come and hear, on and and Physic d Culture. 31st year begins Sept. 4t' . So id fir catalogue to will put In several da) it In Iudlaua also. Lusk ui Mr. Win. Corboll McAfee at rutiKs in mo great ualtlo or 11HW. Sena at least sorrowfully and doubtfully MllS. NANNIK S. SAUFLEY, Laly Principal. Tho Courier Journul uys If there nustonvlllo, Oct. IT. They will be ut tor Blackburn said a few word In hi often that I get a heating. 'That Is all of utiy haa been a doubt In thu mind homo nt (.01 Lennox St , Baltimore, attractive tylu, urging lojulty to tho ' I want. Tho "Truth" will do tho rest, Iron Fence. Cypress Shingles Intelligent otvervorof tho Kentucky after Nov. T. No fairer bildo ovei tuny, which can, alone Insure success by the Lord' dear graco. But had it campaign, a to tho result tit the elec- left tho old Kuutucky home and none in the Statu and National campaign, not been for this "preparation" oi pretion, that doubt has surely been com- over took morn good wlhe with her The few moment were well spent, aud vious uccredlted woi k, I fool sure tho pletely dUpelled by tho event of tho for her happlnor than ino beautiful they proceeded to other point whero "good people" of tho churches would ( hut thrco dujfc. Tho crowd which )ounglad) who will' now grace und they are needed to Instruct the Igno buvu shouted with ono accord, ns re nomlneo Y2X liavogrechd u,o democratic in the m tnumtuial city. rant, Illiterate aai benighted, at great Unionist did ol old;"uay with such ndoru have been to remarkable, both in num er length than hero, as our democrat a follow from tho earth '." Mill Work. Metal Hoofing. bor and spirit, thnt It ha been unnoeA It Is, while many stay away, and have not been taught to shoot at decoy LANCASTER. ooary to mugnllv them und litiKwslhlo many come and will not hear at all, ducks. long to uccefully mlrepreont them. The question ha been usked: "How listen pitluntly and oven appreciativecan mean but did tlioy Und level gionnd enough Thebu demonstrations ly. That Is all I can, reasonably, aek BKV.GL'O.O. BAUNES. ono thing: tho overwhelming election around Stanford to pitch tho circus If I "hold out faithful,' I muy hope Writing from Somorsot to Mr of Goebel ami tho entire democratic tent, Tuesday J"' to till "all Kontucky with this ticket. Tliu democrats hero are disposed to Welch, Mr. Barnc uy lu part: a Jerusalem of old; and though John I). Whlto, former republican work like they need one more vote, Thu truth I um preaching If It ho "Scribes nud Phnrlsce may rage, and the 11th district, hu congressman from of saying that wo will win uy a not had "free course." has at least had Imagine a vain thing" tho Lord had posters lued, announcing mat he largo majority, and resting on their u good hearing In 1'ulaskl, and Is, I um people will see to It that "Ills word does not mako eomo substantial oharge will persuaded doing much good. Som- roturn unto Him void. That It U "UU oar. against Hon. W. S Taylor, republican etime, when tho weather Is good, und word" I am as uro a I havo been of Disaffected dnmocrau should consid on candidate for governor, at London, er tho fact that they voto toierpcluatu no "show" lu towu, the couri-houanything In my whole ailnUlry; tlnct-uro- d, 20, and at Manchester, on Oct. 21. Oct. und uot for the Inter- hu been full. At other time, oven In Ring In tk bw of couro, a all Truth must be, "RtaeouttlMOia m.. wiiim u ho will aUo reply to party principle est of any man. Tho man Is oulv a ser- rainy weather, thu attendanco ha been with Ihe Imperfection ot coming In an Ring out tilt (aIm Kinglnttetnu" ( tho Insinuation of Congressman Vin- vant of tho people. larger than at Stanford, Tho court "Karthen vool;" (how "earthen," I We brine to you the new and true from fy cent Borolng In a LouUvlllo paper, of Bov. Sam June camo on Tuesday room I much more spacious than tho know better than my accuser") uud so by documenp!n:y forests of Norway Oct. 10, and demonstrate In ourclty. ono In Stauford, and It take a lurgcr night und spent Wednesday vlnclt omnia;"' tary evidence that Taylor, to uko I'rof. Patterson prevailed ou him to crowd to "make a how" than In tho far handicapped. "Amor nnd I will strive to "speak tho truth in vtords, "wan tho concealed White' gUothe gruded school a talk, which mallur room. Tho attention ha been Lovo." If I do that, aud "In mooknes author of tho Infamous work of tho will bo roiuembored by tho children. very marked and respectful, and I am Instruct them that opuoso themselves," Pine-Tar-Hon- ey assassin, who wrote tho vile forgery Burglar entered J. M. Logau storo, greatly encouraged. About tho samo tho good work will go on. Pray for Echo, on In tho Mountain publlshod night, by fbrclng u buck door number "commenced" first Sunday, a mo, that I may so do. Monday Nov. 4, 1683, and caused tho namo of C. Nature's most natural rwn&y. Improved by open, Thoy got about $5 out of tho cash at Stanford, 1'ralsu the Lord. "Bno. Bahnes." M. Barnott, chairman of tho republican science to a Pleasant, Permaaeat, PoMir 1 can see the good Lord's hand, tn drawee, It I believed that thu parties Mr. Barnes went to South Somerset Siato central commllteo, to bo utllxcd live hero and that thoy will llnully bo preparing both tho people und tho Giro for coughs, colds and all Inflamed turfacM Wednesday and will preach there a ot tha LunRS and Bronchial Tubes. to tho tame, to as to dccolvo the, honest arrested. preacher for this "New Departuro" In weok or 10 day. republican of the llth Congressional Th sore, weary cough.worn Lungs araesUsv republican virtually admit their my ministry. It precisely what hapTho mucus Is cut out t tte rated Uie mlcrobt-bearindistrict." Mr. Whlto claim that ho cry fraud lu advance; pened when Marie and I started out In defeat when thoy tliittlrl.'Httc UrrmovrJ.mvlthclnflABad HEMAIIKAIILK ULSCUE, will bo able to prove from these docuay, thoy '77 on what was tbeu a "Now Depart- Mn. Mlchtsl Curlilu, I'Uiuft.U, 111., uulntli and, as Squlro J. N. Donny A' nxmbranco m lieajej and soothed so that tbsn ments that Con. Taylor forgod tho name lb caught coU, which Uteuisut . rolled on, tho honor of tho republican ure," but which 1 now uch aa "old k.r Iuiil. llut wu trwtnl for a month br wttlwl on b no Incllnatioo to cough. her fauil. .ha C. M. Harnett to tho of Chairman would have to story," that many minister aro preach, i uht Jcliu. but grtv wurM. 11 UU her lh wt SOLD BY AI4, QOQD BMUOQIT9 Invite election ollloor, aa they no uud. order, no ospcclally lug the same thing, in whole or In part, bopelnu tlctlui of rontiiiuptlou tuj thlt U anythlug wont wrong. iottisiOrsly. 26s., GOa. nnd $1.00 8Im JfUiiUl UHflOtud Ir n.m. Tavlor, Chairman Barnott und sell out, fall to hear Hou. Al( Tayloron without rebuke, or oven surprUo, on I. Ina millil mirO llM lluT Oouuinittoa;ib bought Klu's ew Piwurcrj' lor (uund livriwll IwoeSlted Don't ffi BE Ufli; YOU GET boilU nj to bsr dallght Congressman Borolnjr to bo present osad 1. It cot consider-abl- e thu part ot tholr hearers. (rout unt diM. Shs oodiIuukI lu utr uJ tfur vvuiwj tho night of Nov. nas-iu4 wtll, .ml answer thoo charges, wr. Uktuiltlx boltlo. (ouod hsmiruuud Had I not, before I left tho l'rcsbyto-rla- n powiTuu herosn ItouMvsrk. sua U m wll wth HutHrfiHkiif Cri u bring blm hero und our people MtmtJ. ttdtnivalckaiMprrmaMiilrrllef opposed to Gou. Taylor, and bis op Uuus4 laaMDMsallascmsrtakadroMa. UAtfKliM. -. thlt llrmit u tho opportunity of Kf r m. Frr trlsl IwUls ol9Uu luj f I, lllscovvry X... K church, meir bot ..H,tv.liiiniiln tho re. HUOUUl WOW thought ppreinou u. to- - visiting tuuny had tho towns I lVuay's PrU Mor. Uuly ttttj ot and language, la Ken- - It gutraat(l. beautiful In "o the llth di.trlct. ATPKNNV8DIUCSTC.IIE. Hfl 1 tI de-ti- ril con-ontI- IIBbLUBtSUPOO ANNOUNCENENT f P F ,. i repu-llpu- flUKl Men's, Boys', Children's Hats, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. CLOTHING! 1 up-iw- ii'i-iu- fnr-tnr- 1 Gent's Furnishing Goods. -- vo PTA.TSif r"" iJtt THTJW r d . !. ut &L,U2J&9 ' success-governo- GO TO JAMBS FRYB 1 Chi-enc- o. tm College, Stanford Female A.C.smEJ I STANFORD, Ky. m NasJ JAMBS FRYB, Hustonville. bi 1 I doc-trln- o" so vrmm SW DR. BELL'S 1 ,....f g 'a ?v A flWs jSa vote 1 "tSk SALE .J II it. : fv r v tho dollar, but that. In caso of a conflict, It believed In tho man boforo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL the dollar. During tho early years of his administration ho sent to congress a menage calling attention to tho act Stanford. Ky.. - Oct 20. 1899 that ho feared tho approach of a mon archy In tbo United States. Think of It, a president of tbo United Stales WALTON. W. P. warning hie countrymen against tbo approach of a monarchy What was was the TICKET. It that alarmed Lincoln? It an equal DEMOCRATIC attempt to put enpitnl upon For Gore rnor, fooling with, If not nbovo lahor in too WILLIAM (10EDF.U structure of government. That alarmUoTstnor. For Lltutsnsnl ed him; but If Lincoln was alarmed at J. C. W. DECKHAM. For Attorney Orocral, whatho saw then, how much greater K.J. I1KECRI.VRIDUE. would bo his alarm today when bo snf. ' For Auditor, capital controlling tbo republican par OfS 0 COL'LTKIt. ty and that party placing tho dollnr For Treasurer, S. W. HAOEIt. abovo tho man upon every question For SecrtUry of Sttte, whero they contllct. C. lllUX'K HILL If you republicans want to get a good For Suptrlntsndsnt ofl'uMIe Instruction, Idea of tho chungo that has taken 1IAKKY MCCIIEbXEY. For ConiniMoner of Agriculture , placo in tho republican party, just alION II. XALL. low jour minds to dwell for a moment For llallroaJ CommluloDtr, upon tho picture. I would that I were p. MtCHOItP- C. an artist. If I wcro skilled with the For nprwonttlte, crayon and had a blackboard here, I JI. F. NORTH. would draw upon tho blackboard tho figure of Abraham Lincoln a representative of what tho republican party was In Its beginning, and then I would draw a figure of Mark Ilanna as representative of what tho republican party Is today. (Applauso ) And then The National Democratic I will ask tho republicans to look at tho picture of Lincoln and tho picture in of Hanno, and sco the toboggan slide Stanford that leads from Lincoln down to Ilan na. (Applause. J L.ei rao give jou parAnd Fills Thousands With forac Idea of what tho republican name ty stands for. Do you lovo tho Enthusiasm. of Lincoln? Let mo remind you that Abraham Lincoln signed a bill that Cocbcl and Blackburn Also De- provided for an Income tax, and In 1894, when the democratic party was light Their Friends With trylogtoget an Income tax, tho reSpeeches. publican party voted against It. Under the present system tbo republican An A Big Day For Democrats And party Is laying tbo burdens of governSuccess. Earnest of Democratic ment not equally upon the people. It Is not distributing them In proportion to the benefits received, but It is .makBRYAN'S SPEECH VERBATIM. ing tho poor man pay moro than his expenses of tho Federal The greatest ruin in tho nation has share of tho ho left his Impress government and the rich man less than come aod cone, but ) Not content upon the hearts of this people, which bis share. (Applause abovo the man will encourage them to greater eilort with putting the dollar Goebel on the subject of taxation, It bas done and make sure of the county for money question, und It Is and his admirable ticket. Mr. Bryan it upon the an Eng-lls- h no room for doubt an to his position today chaining this nation to left financial system in tho Interest of electing the and the Importanco of against tho producers democratic ticket, bolh for the material financiers and of Kentucky and the effect It of wealth In tho United States. Interests Not satisfied with that It Is encouragwill have on the country at large In tho monopogreat battle of 1900. "If you are for tho ing tbo growth of trusts and two Chicago platform, against trusts and lies In the United Stales. Under years of republican administration Imperialism, vote for Goebel and those formed than upon tho ticket with him," said ho and moro trusts "have been received siowed were formed In all tbo previous history tho response that he theso trusts, grow that tho most of tho largo throng would of tho country, and soon have tho pec do as ho suggested. It was a great day Ing In number, will bondage where for Stanford and Lincoln county and plo In u condition of already democrats are counting on at everything wo buy will bo bought from a few people, and all the raw material east 250 majority for the t'eket. distinguished wo produce will bo sold to a few people, Tho special bearing tbo conparty, which Included besides Hon. and and tho same few people will also Such an Mrs. William Jennings Bryan, Senators trol the wages paid to labor. 'Goebel, Blackburn and McChord, Urey aristocracy Is dangerous to the liberties satisfied with Woodson, Gus G. Coulter, and many of a freo people. But not newspaper men, was half an hour lato that the republican parly has now policy of the and when the detail from tbo recepltoo abandoned tho ancient committee, Judge J. V. Bailey, Samuel republic and seeks to fasten upon tho 0 of Held and W. P. Walton, met It at taxpayers a largo standing array men. In 1806 wo only had 25,000 Bowland, a Bplendld supper was being enjojed. Senator Jo Blackburn as soldiers In our regular army, and yot In usual was telling a story and had the 1S9S a republican presldoat asked for party In fine humor. Arriving at tho 100,000, 300 per cent Increuso In tbo Lancaster itreet crossing about 7 regular army. Not satisfied with tho o'clock, tho train was stopped and the attempt to fasten upon this country a respeakers and others taken to the stand large military establishment, tbo upon a In carriages, which could hardly pro- publican party has embarked princiceed owing to the density of tbo throng colonial policy that denies tho Inwhich tilled both the sidewalks and ples set forth In tbo Declaration of Sells Bros, had kindly loaned dependence, and would resort, not to streets. tho committee his big brass band and tho source of government that wo call as it discoursed Dixie and other lively tho American people, but It would re airs the enthusiasm already great was sort to that source of government emIntensified. It took tho sheriff and his ployed In Europe and known as forco. tbreo deputies to make a path through It has adopted tho European definition. tho crowd after arriving at the court- Tho American definition Is found In tho house square. As soon as order could Declaration of Independence that tbo bo obtained, Judge M. C. Sautloy in government Is a thing created by tho well chosen words presented tbo demo- people for themselves. Tho European cratic National leader. Mr. Bryan definition is that tho government Is 13 mounted the table and had the pretty Inches In diameter, round in shapo.and things that adorned the stand torn fired out of a cannon. (Applause). For down so that ho could eeo and bo seen a hundred years this republic bas boon by tho great multitude that filled tbo traveling tho pathway that leads from street for squares and lined tbo Bquaro tho low domatn of light to tho lofty far back In tho distance. It was minutes realm of right, and In that tlmu It has before tho cheering that greeted tbo written a glorious history. If thero Is speaker permitted him to proceed. Hu u republican hero who thlrsu for tho was listened to with rapt attention and glory of an empire, I wunthlra to study wildly applauded us bo spoko as fol- this nation's history, and when ho understands It ho will not be willing to lows: Mr. Chairman, Ladles and Gentle- trudo tho glories of ibis republic, of u men: I shall not occupy your time for hundred years for tho glory of all tbo mny minutes, but I want to uddrees a empires that have risen und fallan since few words to democrats and a few to tlmo began. If you uro In favor of tho Cbleago tho republicans of this county, I urn told that this Is one of the countlos in platform you can show It by voting for which neither party has decided ma' Goebel und those on tho ticket with jorily I want to suy u few words first him If you uro opposed to trusts you to tho republicans of this county, I cm bhow U by votllje. for Mr. Goebel waul them to consider the policies for and thosu oh the ticket wlih him. If which tho republican party now stands you uro opposed to a lurge urmy und un and I want them to usk themselves Imperial ollcy you can show it by votwhether tho republican party Is the ing for Mr. Gocbol und thoso upon tbo best means through which to bene ticket with bin: Do not be satisfied tholr country and protect their own with u little majority- Mako It so lu'rgo rights. I noticed when I camo In this that everybody will know, from tbo evening tho namo of Lincoln. Lincoln's Atlantic to tho Puellio und from tho namo Is tho embodiment of what re- Lakes to tho Gulf, that Kentucky will publicanism should be, and yot tho re bo In lino next year for tho Chlcugo publican party of today Is not tho par- platform and against trusts und Imperialism. (Applause ) Do not delude ly of Abraham Lincoln, und I want the attention of tbo republicans yourselves- with tbo Idea tbut you us hero to tbo cbango that has taken democrats can help elect u republican place. In 185D AbrubamLIncoln wrote governor without danger to tbo princi a letter In which ho said that tho re- ples you advocate. (Applauso and cries publican party believed In tho man and of "Blackburn I" "Blackbui n I") You 1 BR YAN. Leader Speaks 100,-00- have seemed so unanimous In your expressions of approval of tho suggestions that I havo mado that It only remains for mo to .nako ono moroi'iggcs. lion. You elect ft Legislature this fall and that Legislature eolcets a Senator who will servo for six years. I want you to elect a democratic Legislature that will send Jo Blackburn to the Senate. I want Jo Blackburn in tho Senate to vnt, Inr an nmnlldmcnt tO tllO constitu tion that will specially authorlzo an Incomo tax so that neither ono judgo nor nlno judges can build a legal bul wnrit around tho fortunes of the great and throw tho burdeus of this govern ment uoon tho backs of tbo struggling poor of tho United States (Great ap plause ) I want Jo HiucKuurn mere so ihm fnr U vian he can voto at every opportunity for tbo restoration of tho monoy of tho conwtuuon ami iuu opening of tho mints of tho United States to tho free and unllmltoa coin- ago of gold and nl7er at tho ratio of 10 to 1 without waiting for tho aid of or consent of any other nation. I want Jo Hlackburn thero so ho can votO for every measure aimed at tho destruction tnot nave of these great monopolies grown up throughout tho country. I wont Jo Blackburn tboro to vole m.nl.Mt. 11 iirmv. nnd I want hlra thero to voto on every occasion In favor of a homogenous Republic us against a heterogeneous empire. (Applause.) Mv friends, this is mv sixth meeting tndnv. (Cries of "go on" and hit Brown a lick; that Is tbo man wo aro after.") If thnrn was onv necessity of talking tn vnii lnnrer I would talk and risk tho effect on my health; but I am going to savo my strength and go somo wncro and talk whero they need talking to moro than you do here. (Applause ) On being presented In a short scecii by Col. W. G. Welch, who said the as most abused man In Kentucky PPtttnrr tn ho the best liked man In the State, Senator William Goebel jump ed at once on tho L. & N. rauroau, wh'rh ho declared his only competitor in tho race, tho other fellows who poc as candidates being merely figure heads. And tho worst of It is that tho largo expenses that that company Is Innnrrlnit will bo oald by tho people of Kentucky In tribute levied by tho road In Increased freight rates. lie showed the necessity of tho enactment Into a law of the McChord bill, of tho Importance of tho passage of the Cblon cheap school book bill and made a stroni: anneal to tho democrats 01 Lin tho Hon. M. F. North coln to to tho legislature. Ho bad served with him in the body, know his worth and know that ho not only voted for, but advocated In telling speeches the much desired laws. His tribute to Mr. Bry an and his eulogy of Senator Black burn wcro? strong und eloquent and when ho concluded there was a rib and u crush to shake his hand that so imnedod his nrouress that bo wus half an hour in going les than two squares. If possible, he Is nearer to tho hearts of our people than Bryan himself and his reception was oven moro cnthuslstlc. Briefly bul to the iolnt Hon. R C. Warren presented tho Hon. J. C. S. ninnlchurn. who despite his recent Ill ness, was looking well und tho ovutlon bo received must havo mado him fee uuusually well. "Jo Blackburn," as npnrlu nvervbodv soeaks of him. Is a great favorite with our people aud they showed It by prolonged applauso and many expressions of good will when he mounted tho table to speak, lie saiu in this race ho was simply Gocbel's run- nlog mate us John Young Brown was Taylor's and it was not expected of him to speak. But ho did speak and the way bo vtarmod up bis bearers and shot It Into tho bolters was a caution. When he said that he had much moro respect for tho democrat who will voto for Taylor than tho sneaking coward, who will voto for Brown, tho crowu went wild und seemed to entertain exactly thusumo opinion. Tho Senator said that tho subsldUed and venal press had nubllshed that he wus on tho vergu of tho grave, but ho wus here to glvo tho lie to thu charge and show that sick or uroii 11 vim or dead, bo was In this cam. palgn to stay und enjoy tho results of tbo glorious victory that is now ussur-..,- 1 h uiuiku In l'Iowiol' terms of Bry. lai-L'- n I withstanding tho dlsagreeablo surroundings. He gave them dcmocrntlo doctrlno pure and undofiled and prepared them for tho further feast of good things. Mr. Warren Is novcr happier thnn when making a democratic speech und his stalwart blows for domocracy always have a telling effect. Mr. Bryan at tho close of tho trip hero announced that ho believed Goc We arc out to lake n long loud knock a I the doors of the few who have not jet bel's election by n good majority to bo fully assured. Tho Loulsvillo corpora- awakened to the full renlltltonof our Inimitable prestige us provident of wearing tion newspapers, which fostered tho apparel. There U no doubt thai you will rosdlly recognize our superiority m soon bolt against Goebel "to savo Blackburn, ai you have tubbed your eyes and tnku a a'ralght look at tho matters. Hrynn and freo silver," now openly hs sail Bryan, as they did Blackburn I in mediately after his refusal to permit ! tho Indorsement of' his candidacy for Senator by tho bolters' convention. Wo camo across thoso good demo Totiieillnailon ami provide yourself with heavy Clothing, Underwear, Shoes, crats, T. D. Nowland and M. F. hlkln Cloaks, C'nis and Drcn Goods at prlreit that cannot bo dup'lcaloil. figuring on tho Bryan crowd. They had measured tho ground tho people filled and allowing so much spaco for each man, their figures showed that 73,000 to frO.OOO were present. This is tho largest of any cf tho estlmatef, measly repubSomo of tho green-eyeMen's flno Shoes Use. Another big shipment of Fancy Dark licans say that 2,000 Is a big estimate. Hoys' High Cut Shoes 12 to 2 only, Hc Ono womun with a republican hus- Calico nt 3c. was A full line of Boots for Hoys' ami Mm. Standard llluo Calico lie band remarked when Gov. Goebel lighting Into tho L. & N that heougbt Hiil, Gray and Whlto Flannel only 15c. Purple ami Gray Calico IJc. to bo ashamed to do so when that com1 Unbleached Slutting lie 1,000 yards uf best Comfort Cal'co 5c. pany was furnishing him uspcclal train 10-Unbleached Sheeting 12jc free. Sho may think she knows where A big lot of 27 in Plaid Worslead 5o. Good Jeans, black and gray, 10c yard. Mr. Uroy Woodson, of sho afllrmcd, but All wool I'lald Dress Skirts, H yards In lVtl Ticking Co to 25c. who had charge of tho train and paid tho bill, told us that It cost 11,500 for pattern, f 1.15. Illcnclitd Table Unen '.'5c. 20 pieces of Fjamicli'tto 5c; It Is worth the three days ho had It. 25 pieces of Outing 5c to lOo It had stopped raining, when tho 10c llcst Apron Gingham fie. speaking begun, but tho mud and slush Ladles Vests and Pants, ribbed, 25c 20 cases of Indies' and Men's Shoes n man, was terrific. It did not deter just arrived and will lx added to our 1st per Suit. however, from standing us near to tho Children's runt Misses' Suits on'y 25c of bnrgaln. One lot of Ladies' tine turn speaker's stund as bo could get and sole Shoes 2 to 4, IWc. per Suit. staying there till tho last word was. Men's colored Underwear 50c per Suit. Indies' Kangaroo Shorn, patent lip In el said. Men's Hcatry Duck Cunts, you will While the crowd was ontbuiu)tlc md and spring heel, lohl everywhere at 11.75, need one sooner or later, why not get one noisy, It was well behaved and the ftw our price tl.Sl. whllo you can save from 50c to Jl. arrests for minor offenses show that It was worthy of tho great occasion. Tho people camo to hear tho great Printers Ink cannot do tn justice In telling you of the many values we have In orators, not to drink whisky and raise crowd boforo tho arrival of tho special and kept the people In flno humor, not- THE- Louisville Store. OPEN YOUR EYES GLANCE AT THIS 11 ! 4 Come and Clothing, Cloaks. Capes, Comforts and ltlankets rows. It poured down rain from 0.30 till you will a Unit that every word advertised ts true. night, but the eager men to hear Bry an, Goobel and Bluckburu didn't mind b little thing like that, but came from seven counties to do so. Mr. Urey Woodson was delighted over tho success of tho trip, bul says It merely Increased Mr. Gocbel's vole. The Cheapest Home In Town Ho neer bos bad tho slightest doubt of ce for yourwlf and The Louisville Store. A. URBANSKY Ilranch stores at 1 bis election. Hon. Harvey Helm was master of arrangements and worked bard to have everything in good shape, succeeding & CO., Proprietors. Uards-tow- T.D KANEY, Manager his efforts. Eph 1'. Llllord, tho jolly warden of the Frankfort penitentiary was with tbo Bryan party und mado lots of fun for Its members. Mr. Brjan wound up his three days' tour of Kentucky ut Covington, where furSenator Gocbel's nished tho most enrhuslastlo demon stration of tho entire tour. During the three days Mr. Bryan faced something llko 150,000 people, 20,000 of whom heard him at tho barbecue ut tbo Jockey Club grounds, Louisville. Bc- foro leaving tbo State for Ohio, which ho will tour In llko manner, Mr. Br) an declared his conviction that Senator Goebel would bo elected governor and that ho had never seen a Stuto campaign as enthWiastle as tho democrat ic campaign In Kentucky. admirably In fellow-townsmen Hupkiimille, Madlsonvllle.Morganfield, Georgetown, Ky , ClarksTllle.Tcun. " EliiabethUn. l'.lkton Owmsbom. fcho'hvv Hie, Versailles, l!) r 1 LADIB. (!) FOOTWEAR I I I!) I $ :? I A Completer Stock d Bkvan having shown tho bolters that he has no part nor lot with them, they have have, through their dirty organs and hireling speakers, begun a campaign of abuso of him. But llko tbo great Goobel, ho ''stands up fulrly well" under such abuse und like him, defies tho whole measly crew, tho flesh and tho devil. P Whs ncvir in Slanf' nl Infhiita' Soft Shot-a- , Children's Dress Shoes anil School Slim-- , I.ncllos' turns and welt soles, light wdght ritlf skins, Old I.a.liii.' Wool-lineMiinc. KiiI'Uts to fit I hem all I I Styles the Latest, Prices the 1 w I u, Buvan'8 tour of Kentucky has knocked tho wind out of tho Brownies. They aro surprited, alarmed nnd grieved over the great demonstrations, und aro ubout ready to crawl Into their llttlo holes and draw thorn In alter them. This Is a bad year for bolters. I I Lowest, Quality the Best. n. m w u. m n irnuDcrxia. mm I m i "r - to-ca- Tin: fat und foolish Deboo Is lelllLg tho peoplo In Wuslilngtoq of how goto will How In Kentucky If uuy attempt Is made to steal tho election. Thero will un und Goebel uud denounced ropubli- - bo no How, but If there should be, It Is und methods In his own sufu to say that Deboo will be safely 1.1111 means scathing wuy that sent conviction to out of tho way when tho Mowing begins. .iv..rv heart. When ho hail coneiuueu Mil. HaUDIS wus not present ut Mr. shouts of upplauso uud uppioval utmost shook tho earth und then iho party Bryun's speaking ut Harrodsburg, al blurted on tho attempt to reach tho though Mr. Bryun said If Hurdlu hud truln. Everybody wuutedto shakeund been thu nominee he would havu emtio tell tho tht eo great loaders how much us quickly to bis uld. Mr. Hardin's they enjoyed their speeches und it wus friends aro greatly disappointed In u long tlmo before they got to It. Arriv- him ing thero tbo party was soon oil uud us ONi: of tho llttlo lions born In tho tbotiuln pulled out tho puff of tho Midway at tho Elks' Fair, wus named by tho vociferous onglno wus drowned W. Browu for tho munaglng editor ,! HMiiliiuso ihut bid thu trio It. ..i.o,,..., bllllVIDH. .!'' of thu Loulsvillo Times uud It goes (liui Hiieed. without laying that It will bo a hustler. Mrs. Bryan wus with tho party uud during tho speeches. ..t In thu standfaced, lovely woman und Gov. Bhaui.ky spoko to a great ' at tho Loulsvlllu Auditorium She Is u sweet uppears In every wuy worthy other lust night. Ho Is tho only republican great husbund, of whom sho Is very who can draw wuitli u cent. proud. Sho told us that sho dldu'i Secretary of Statu Flute), Itlscharg. ofteu go on such tours, bul bud joined In Iowa, when bhu heard hu cd, has fulled to certify tho devlco of Mr. Brjun tho Brownies and tho latter uro begin was sick. thut hp Is trying to Ilud tho committee known that Mis. nlng to would bo horo belter urruogo. trick theiu. Bryan Nowlon Elllston, u prominent farmer ments would havo been mudo for her comfort, bul sensible woman that ho und democratic committeeman of Woodford county, was thrown from n Is, sho knows tbut without telling. Hon. H. C Warren uddrewed tho horto and piobably fatally hurt. SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. CRAIG St HOCKER. AMSLmM Carriage That ionium A Family combines btmity and wnu lonvillleiut', IK onu of our will made, easy riding and iligani Surres. It In unexcelled for workmanship, durability and comfort, and will give more satisfaction for general family iisu limn nthrr mulu Wo are wiling ihtm t'hiHp and Fast. tar-riii- I B. K. Opp. Courl-Heiis- Wearen & Son, Ky. Stanford, - ab. V 4 jU3 k-- i , 3 ft -- -. .. J ik. - I a in'-- i. j.ujuv- - rijAv " , u'; (&''&? THE IHTHUOIIJOURIUL Stanford, Kv., E. Nr.w School hntt In endlow varie ty. Mrt. Kato Dudderar. Havk your coal hauled while It dry. J. II. Haughman & Co. Is - Oct. 20, 1899 Ukatiso tove of nil Sizes I'rlcctal Warron AShnnkt,'. Lcavo and i i t UNO AND STOCK. Fltr.K Teacher or tch&ol board, It only tl aycarcath. Ucmcrabcr will be supplied with frco copies of the combined with Mark Hardin sold to M. J. Farrls (0 TllK boat mntcrloW latest county map of Kentucky nnd shoats at 3o. care, iklll and accuracy Insuro Rood that. -- muIu. No otlicr mothods arc over county Tcnncsse, for uso in Lincoln AM prepared to do all kinds of Jack Ucazloy sold to Bcazley Bros, a Mc- ucd In our prescription work, Ponny Olvo mo a call. J. T. school, on application to W. H. gelding for $50. Druif Store. Iloborts, tho druggist and book seller. Jonct. Mark Hardin bought of J. K. Holman PERSONAL AND SOCIETY 60SS1P. This olllco has In procoss eight 100 pound shoats at 3Jc. IlALLOTS. Ot'lt terms uro ttrlctlv cash on coal Forty Poland China bogs brought an LinAKTIIL'K HAltNiTTT U In LouUvlllo. nnd feed. Do not atk for credit. J. II. of execution tho olllcial bullot for coln county. Tbcro aro six tickets with ovcrngo of 3S at Sprlngfllcd, III. Knui.khan, Jh.. I threatened Huufjhman k Co. Jons J. II. Hlgglnstold his little bay horso 10 names to each and the Job, with the wjth fovcr. thut help sample ballots, will rcrinlro 120 squares to Elliott, of Cincinnati, for 100. Jons wood, or Covington, la mo Votk for North and glorious, to O. A. Slier bought of II. Hoblnion old Jo and 15,000 Impressions. It Is tho kind tho election of Kucatof J.T. Jonci. four heifers at 3c and n cow at 2c. of a Job but few olllccs can print. and Ileum Leach-ma- n lllackburn to tho U. S Senate. IlAllltlS Wkaiiks Bcazlcy Bros, sold to Ward Lutes, of aro In Louisville. I WILL havo ray opening Friday and Judge 11. J. Ilreckin-ridg- Lexington, a harness horse for $140. Si'KAiciNO. i Hick, of Ulcbmond, Saturday. The ladles aro cordially Mkr. William democratic nomlnco for nltorncy Dick ICoblnson bought of J. B, It with MUt Freda Meier. Hustonvlllo nt 7 Hutchlngs a bunch of heifers at 3.30. Invited. Mrt. Kato Duddcrnr. general, will speak at j James T. Mr.SKFi:i: returned Wedo'clock tomorrow, Saturday, evening; C. W. to That Danvlllo Is a very rurnl town at Liberty, Monday, 23rd, nt 1 v. Ji bunch of Norrls soldhog Incst Woods a nesday to Hlrmlnjfham, Ala. alio Kecord, Mil. M. V. KLKIN It at Wnynceburc It shown In tho fact that they catch and at Mlddlcburg, Tiic-da21th, at At Fayette, Mo., 14 Hereford bulls 'lostuint on the street In broad daylight. 1:30 P. M. Don't fall to hear him. CcttlnK up a Muccabco lodge. averaged 8202.14 and 40 females J07.-1- 2. MlHH llKHSIK l'UNNINHTON, Of Mld- Hon. Jam r.s D. Ulack, of Harbour-vlll- c, of tho dleaboro, It with tho Mloct Alcorn. Wb would like to mention all will speak hero noxt Monday M. D. Hlinoro noldto Miss Florcnco Hfe and the 5 Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes. and patrons of this paper who Mlts. II. J. McIlOUCKTS night at 7 o'clock. Don't fall to hear friendt MlnH-- t Alcorn wont to Louisville this were here from a half do.on counties Truehcarta Jersey cow and calf for him. Tuesday to tee tho circus and hear morning. t Hodgkln Uros., hfcvo bought about Miss Mauih: Cautkh, who ha ty MI9S LlCCIK IlKAZLKV will bo lit Hryan, Coebcl and Blackburn, but It 1,000 lambs for delivery ricxi Juno ut Ulchtnont!, wat wor.o homo from Cincinnati today with n would take a whole paer to do It. Notphold fovcr at 5c Winchester Democrat. yesterday. nlcollnoof tho newest thlngt In mil withstanding the had day, we aro satO. P. Huffman bought of J. N. Monc-f- ee isfied they wero all well paid for comMil. W. J. WiNl'HBV and wife, of linery. o a bunch of hoifcrs at 3.10 and of o son, Prof. M. and will come again when Stanford ing o Columbia, aro lth their o E. T. Pence a lot of fat hogs at 31c. your winter coal now, prices oiler such attractions. Stock o o O. Winfrey. Foil Salk. I have 83 nice, long o o Mil J. L. FnoiiMAS wat ono of tbo arc advancing and tho probability now calls us to taw for yearlings or short two-yeAfiKNT J. S. Hick old steers o o many Danvlllo people that camo up to It that delny will cost you high. J. H. o o sin it. that the H. & O. downed tho L. for sale. John W. Miller, Lancaster. Uaughman k Co. hear Hryan. o A N In tho flghuto haul tho cuttlo Lazarus k Co , of Horso Cave, bought o 1. W. Dawson, of LouUa, hat Mlts. o Notick. Pay your city taxet to L bought brro by Harnard and others of 31 small mules bore yesterday at prices o been vltltlnjr her daughter, Mrt. John It. Hughe. After Nov. 1st. percent o o -- FOIJIllinois. Mr. Harnurd was our Inform- ranging from $10 to $ti0. Glasgow o Knglcman, Jr. o will ho added and collections cnlorccd. ant and' wo supposed that bo knew Newt. Fine-Stationery- , o o Mil. anbMiw. J. H. ALiiimiUT and O. J. Nowlnnd, city mnrshul. Is, Mr. whereof ho spoke. Tho truth J. t CooK sold to an Illinois party o o son, Kmbry, of Hrodhcitd, were jjucsta Hlee says, the above roads were to- two Imported bucks at $25 and to a o o TllK Lancaster foot ball team will K.C. Wallon't. at In the fight and they beat the Bourbon county man two buck lambs o o with our team on Its gether K. I'oitTMAS hat cone to try conclusion Mlts. J. o C. S. and Illinois Central and hauled at $12 50. Loulivlllo, whero the will touch a claw grounds hure, Saturday afternoon. o By the way, tho L. te N. At a recent eulo of carriage horses ut o Ccorgo Florence U captain of the Stan tho cattlo. 21 In Inatrumuntal music. o hauled car loads of cattle from East Buffalo, N. Y., the great bulk of o has Q I)u. J. P. I'r.YTOS and Mr. J. C. ford team. o tho animals went at prices between $200 QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO thlt place during tho last 10 days. Hayt went to Cumberland Fall TuesMr. A. H. McKIn-ne- y, GOOti Sri:r.ClL and $o00, with a liberal sprinkling of day to utay a week or two. SOMKoftho boys got pretty lively who wat here thlt morning from tho lot at figures between $100 and $500. of Oar-rarTuesday and a few wero unfortu- The demand Mil ASi) Mlts. J. A. Jonus, McKlnnoy, says that Letcher Owsley, here for good carriago horses were hero yesterday returning nate enough to break Into jail, wo arc far exceeds tho supply In all parts of whero tho former of Lancaster, mado a rattling good sorry to say, but tho only man hurt from Iulvlllc, the country. tpcech there last night. Heard Hryun. wat W. M. Norton, of 1'ockcattle, who A fair crowd attended Hon. G. A. Mlts. W. J. Sl'AKKS, MM. Cleo Tut: bett article In tho lati Somerset was accidentally shot In tho arm while Lackey's sale yesterday and good prices MUt Suslo Thompson, of Paragon I one that Kill tor W. H. eating In Pbillls' restaurant near tbe Ilrown and ruled. Tho 20 yearling steers brought Ml Vernon, were nuot of Mr. M. Hansford wrote for this pacr2l year dcjiot aftor tho speaking. It It not 4c, Shorthorn bull 811.50, suckling C. Williams. ago. It It a littlo old, but it Just as known exactly who shot, but at It was Shorthorn bull calf $25, Shorthorn cows Mlts. A. 0. KASTLASU and daughter, true at tho day It was written. purely accidental no arrests wero made. $30 to $52 50, work mules $15 to $01 50, '.Mis Louise, went down to Mercor The wound It a painful ono but Mr. Wi: havo received our last shipment Norton went homo notwithstanding. yearling mules $2150 to $32.50, mulo yesterday to oo her father, Mr. W. of China and those who have tickets Ho It a clever, hard working man and colts 817 to UI, brood mares 810.50 to We have just opened a complete line of tlio"DucIies'' Blankets made by thu celo- K. Cleland, who It very III. $.15, sows and pigs $0.50 411.50, corn Wo will give brated Columbian Mills, in Plaids, Stripes and solid Colors. Caul DaII.ky, of New York City, bring them In ut once. have enough out a splendid democrat, and much tym- - In Hold $1,00, hay 31c. to who It headquartered at London, where no more coiions as wo pathy Is felt foiblm. ho represent a tyndlcale of mctrooll-ui- n to take all the China wo have. Sever Sons. anco Fatal Siiootinq- .- At Somerset, LOST, STRAYED, STOLEN. paper, wan hero Wednesday. Host Meeco was shot and probably faW. HitVANT, pharmaclti for Craig J. Tin: cechet delivered by Hryan at tally wounded by William Huynes Made of best Standard IV nts and choico p.ittcrnB in Silkallnes filled with 4 pounds A; Hocker, hat Invented a remedy for A lienvy slimt1era and u " tho various placet he ttoke Tuesday Wednesday, so wo learned by tel- lltllubay mare with hind 'foot. Shu Inn Iter choice batting w'lilto mi ono chapped hand, called "Toilet Cream, wore tent to tho dallies from here that ephone a few minutes after tho occur- foritop cut but It li.li grown nut about four wlikh promise to inaku him famous. night, giving Agent J. S. Hlco and As- rence through tho courtesy of Miss Inches lont;. The mane bat !con wurn by n IN remltllnc; for hi paper Mr. J. C. out ubout sistant Krnest Warren about 10,000 local exchange. collnr and grown on tho left four Inches. A sikit on her nusu side. Mio lias a (Jrcon, of London, say that tho derno-n- r words to handle. Of course, they did Nettle Wray of tho came up In Goodman & short tall nnd Is about four yean old. KinTho trouble of Ijiurel wore never In better der pleaso return to George, Alford. MeKln-neIt well. Waddlo's storo at that place. Huynes they are perfection or We havo the Melha combination Suits for Ladies and .Mis-eIt. O. ItF.F.I). thaiMi and will h)II n better volo than to the back part Ualial. THE merchants were benefited by and his brother went in dt, cafe and comfort of tho store to get a drink, when they J. C. McCl.AUV, Kmbryund tho crowd of Tuesday, several of them PUBLIC SALE of STOCK, fie. f?rlnua Ueuzlov went ull the way to claiming it their best dny In years. met Uoss Meece. Mecce, It Is alleged, to see the Tho Louisville Storo sold over 100 um- at once picked up a hutchct und startHarnxltburjr yesterday 28, .how. Thuy fell In love with It when brellas and other things In proportion. ed to throw It at Haync. Hayncs tho amo ll wat here. Tho hotels did a thriving business, called to him not to throw, at llogtniilng promptly at o'clock, on the A complete line of Cashmere and llccco lined Hose and Ladles' Knit Skirts. premises wheni f now live. known as tho MIL IJ. 11. Mll.LKit, who came down while John Meier was eaten out lock, time drawing his pistol. Mceco thro our stock before you buy, you will find the goods right and we will make tho nearly severing Hayncs' e'ook. place, half mile West of llustonvlllc tho hatchet, from Ml. Vernon to hear llryan, brought stock and birrcl. on the ilradfiirdsvlllu plUe. I will sell to tho prices to suit you. ear. Hayncs then tired threo shots, highest bidder tho following personal propalong a bushol or m of the llnett applet Tin: I.NTKltlOit Jochnal'8 subscrip- two taking effect In Meece's neck and erty' Six head of liore4, four of them wo have teen and dlttrlbuted them staudurd-bri'tion list has Increased at the ruto of ono In the body. Haynes was put In ono mute d rolt. trotters, one p.ilr work niults, among hit friendt. jail and dented bull. Meece killed his 2 W. DUNCAN and children, eight per day since it adopted tho MllH. S. Jacks, I Ja:k, 15 - who have been with her parent, Mr. rate, making Its circu- brother last full. o Yearling Heifers, and Mrt. T. D. Nowltnd, left Wednes- lation tho lurgest by for of any paper NEWS OF THE VICINAGE. '.' hlglfgrado Shorthoru Yearling IlulN, ono in this section. You aro missing lots day for their homo at Dalian, Texu l'olled Angus Hull, you nro not in the band wagon of aro over 100 accompanied if It It reported thut there MUt Jennie Newland Cood Yearling smull-po- x In Loslta county. subscriber. cases of them. If not MILS. II. MaktiN, not only ono of Outuf tho 711 voters registering In A few good Calves.Wilkinson A. old privately before that time Allen ut thu Is now the TllK iNTKitlOit JouitNAL tbo be.t dcinocrutt In Itockcustlo, but ltd, 311 aro Negroes. same Unit) and place will sell Hnrrodsburg, Oct. very bett men In that coun- rcgulur publisher of tho Whlto Hlb-boone of tho W. C. Griggs has been appointed 50 Extra 1,000-Poun- d Feeders. a W. C. T. U. Prohibition paty, heard the tpeechct Tuetday nlghu Madison Doylcsvlllo, Is jHDstmastcrat I will also sell some Household and Kitchen Ho rewru democracy In good huio per that appears onco a month. It county. I'urulturu and Farming Implements. the same size as this paper und the In hit tectlon. J. W. ALLKN. A postolllco has been established at issue, which It Just out, it an Ilustouvllle, Ky. T I). Kugllsh, Auc'r. current Cait. Loi'is Lanuiiam. of tho Hye, Whltloy county, with Susan Karr K. Hccord, sturtcd to tho Masonic unusually good one. Mrs. Frances Htiy Uneeda Biscuits, UneeiU Otngcr Wafcis, Drummci Lunch Ilisctiits, as postmaster. PUBLIC SALE OF Orund Lodge, at LouUvlllo, but when Bcauchamp, of Lexington, Is editor. J. Speed Smith, of Ulcbmond, was ho got horo and huw the clreut tenU Dkath Col. T. 1'. HIM received a elected grand high priest of tho Grand Stock, Crop And Implements ! , Soda-Wafersund heard tho band play, he jumped oil dispatch yesterday telling of tho sud Chapter of Kentucky Muron9. tho train and went no further. Samuel Spencer, tho president of On of Mrt. K. den death from heart failure Oct. W. Smith ut Norfolk, Va. Sho wan a Southern railroad, was elected prosl- - AtCampPUk ltuhlnionln tlirrinl county I lll LOCAL 'HAPPENINGS." Implements eiiii.itUui; Mist Kelloy, of Columbia, Tenn , and duntof tho Queen & Crescent railroad. sfll all lay Mok. I'rupiud of seven work mules, lUbau.li, nuilyfur iiurkei; It It raining again tills morning. Tho wife of Sam Wurnlck wus killed 7 horses, auiuug them a Tery gentle faitilly iujre;an wat led to tho ultar u happy bride only rou.1 a suierlor hrootl uiaro by fulling slate. Sho had extra 3yrarolilWilkrs,hont; ola HotiiUm H'lkis out by tiauilflta last May. Great sympathy It felt hero at Pittsburg LKT J. T. J one ihoo jour horto. Mamtirlso hullo for Mr. Smith In his soro bereavement. gone Into tt mine near her homo to get nurs.Uuki.lhy hay Hlly outChief, ufinAthlaml ol alsmi hy AhUnil Wilkes, Cheese, Ac, From Wilkes, aliiu)earilUK Ally au extra Kuod one out ot FitKSll canned goodt ut Beuzley k Sliced Ham, Doviled Ham, Pickle, Olives, IIome-Mud- e a bucket of coul. a N hy b uthur.l out of Till: Foropaugh k bells circus Is tho John Denny, a prominent fanner of this uure hy uttiunu, luware to AMan.l tWlkei: Carter's. foal a IKruey Ullke. mare, tceMIng by liamtietta W likes, out ui biggest thing on wheels, and notwith- ltussoll couuty, hanged hltnsolf. His one ?.)ear-oDmlher i ll1,. 0kti:kh on hand ut all timet. John standing It poured down rain nearly family found him suspended from u theiUuiofJaikl lu'iand Jack'a Jeray (os and 41 i!'""I jftrllugUatlle, n Also II. Meier. ull day, II,IKX) people, so tho ticket man limb of u tree within .'10 yards of his Heifers (Ihuruauee to get asurt).uoiilli lullkeosr), Jersey Hull, I.') Imli an extra i!.l H T. C. BALL It pulllug up another told Mr. G. L. l'onny, passed Into tho residence at daylight. No cause is Kwtsalreaty bred to extra bucks, 3 Acabulia. Hay I rauies. Carls, I'luws, llarroari, Ae., , I Uncles great tonts. With Its three rings and known for tho deed. almost ks1 aa new I MiOuiulik Hinder used ou house on tho ereok. Orape Nuts. Vouwlll UUolt a Uijlilulntf hall Inter,.! other attractions going ut thu same was found ly li.ur days, of small Tools,lusome old Corn,Hay Tho body of Charley Smith aU.ul Uro lot COMl'LCTK lino of millinery. Mrs. time, thu scene was absolutely buwll near Corbln. Ho had been working luioiiiuli.urv Iliiiothr Ilav. rlikof Ikiter Hav Mraw, n,l serend rirks l.u.ln la of nt w tiering mid confuting. I'.aeti wut u at North Jolllco mines at Grays, and .oliiTatrd Ileum ofseed, shout I Vj irtsiil lleiuntu A. A. McKlnney. anesof complete show In Itself und nearly ev- from tho footprints on tho ground It it llieMuwk lu Hemp ureaks, a spieuuin ivokin ILimis twourthrre Heatlinr Moves toetlur will. Guns, rltlet und loaded shells ut erything udvertlsed was given. Tho supKjsed ho wus trying to get oil tho other things alsiut ttis kltchru aud housi, aluut Cialg & Hocker'. IV) pure rijriuuuui iumk euukruaaiiii t jurkeys, purudo wut Immonso and wut alone tho train before reaching Corbln und was agreal uiaiiy utile ariuissaiioui ins kitiiien, tiiu- - i nils is inapuiv lor oaruaius, liitf room aiianou'. putting UP U lllco biggest kind of show. Mr, F. O. Mil-lo- r, killed. IlKN UOUTLN It as the pivis.rty will iiosltUely Iw sold At tiro tho gentlemanly press ugont, has houtu on tho lot ho recently bought of A tramp went to tho homo of Mrs. urn lime and plaiw I will sell the llll.l lilll'SI. lilOI'KIt Y liuwcdlalely lu the torka of the pike, nailery in Central Kcntticlty, having been reour thanks for courtesies. This Is novrlhij most T. C. Bull In Uowluud. Joslo Ilurdln, wife of an attorney ut splendid M with Iioumi of tour rouius, elegant cis Unsosj thu new discovery lu optlcV. tern au.l all outbuildings, meat ho'ine, iMjullry cently tiiuippuil with the marvelous Aiiutigmat Jelllco, und usked for something to houss, g.M sUhle, Ac Ac 'llila pros.iylieom science, I wish to say to the Ladies that J. A. ALLKN U hulldlug a butog'r Wi: understand thut hunters havo cut. While ll was being prcp-treho Iiatlrely new and everything about it Is lu isr tluughter quail alHie liest loiatUni In tbo country furs houtu for Sims & Co , on tho branch ulready begun to it u I most a mouth until tbo mado uii lmproer remark to Mrt. liar store or a shop it auy kind will ivuiiiieiic at lu though ll this slilo of llu) water works. l.llll.UAL bale picked up u revolver and ll.ltMS L W llt'HaON o'cloik, sharp law it out. l'.vory good cltUen should dlu. Sho Just received a large slock of tho very tpjurtor of u mile, Call on Miss Sucruy ut thu old Karp keep his eyos open for1 Mich violators chasedusthu tramp aHo left a trull of 1'. I.ngluli, Autl'r. ran. she ttund, Stun ford, und teo pictures und of tho law und eo that thoy uro pun- tiring x) prices when you como to town. ished. A hunter who obey tho law blood. t und waits until Nov. 1Mb to hunt AND 'PREACHERS. CHURCHES LIVERY, FEED AND SALE Mrs. Harrison Thurmun, DllATIl. I'ntterns never fcold In this loclily bctoro have lo be seen to bo upprvrftiUil. quail, it ut u great ditadvantagu ut tho for (ramlnif from the hluiplest pholruph to the most elaborate pHiuilncii. who wut u tlttur of Mr. J. W. l'crrlti, STABLE, The meetiug at Buckeye conducted ' iuotildlnt; so H.elully for sullablo birds that have not been kinou are Aiuoub the lot Is tbo Now French "Finn of thlt pluce, died in Garrard yt'tlcrduy of Brodbead, and all plclurtu that wild It It ulmo.t an impossibility to by Uovt. A. J. l'lko. KENTUCKY. dflicuto iilcture Kmbroiderwl Mats, Fietich Witter Color, andi;el our pritcn. ro. DANVILLE, consumption, after tt short lllnos. A o of keep a lookout for J, C. Mursoo, ol Lancaster, hat resultipilro a duinty frame. When lit Danville, call ami bee u and llvo children uro left to bit thutn. Farmers, Horses uud Mules constantly on Intiid and husband and ill wve you mouey. ed so fur In 14 additions. It will joraule it ull times. Opiwllo l'osl Olllco, Danville, Ky. moth- - these law breakers and havo thctn mourn a splendid wife and loving until further notlco. fined; ll will do them good. 0. Walton, BuaiNEM MANAOr.lt. Lost at tho clreut a black chj. republicans thnt aro vllllfylng him, at this ofllco and get rewartl, that they do so hereafter nl their peril. sss TllK Twlco-a-Wcek Mil. D. F. LooaS, chairman of tho election commissioners In thlt county, has served notlco on thoio cowardly Hov. I. s. McKlroy, wos choson moderator Danvlllo, getting to votes to 23 for W. Hov. M. D. Porter. FIvo Presbyter ies aro represented. Campbcllsvlllo beat Horrodsburg for tho next mooting 0 tho Synod. 1 (Ol iNTT.ltlon Joint-SA- L Winter black-smithin- g, Supplies I CASH. ro FOR EVERYBODY e, At the Lowest Prices For 1 SEVERANCE A SOVS. I 200-pou- y, sr. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood CO TO ar M'ioberts, tl)e Druggist, Drugs, School Books, Wall Paper, Paints and Oils, &c., 1 At The Lowest Cash Prices. o d, flUWoolBlankets. HOME MADE COMPORTS. t UNDERWEAR. s, y. Mi-ssi- ts. On Saturday, Oct. 1 '99, HOSIERY AND SKIRTS. II!h-Qrad- JOHN F. JONBS. hlgh-gra- 20 Cattlo, TOO HOT TO COOK. n, m Wednesday, 25th, Reception Flakes, White Satin Blue Grass Beaten Biscuits, Fresh Crackers, Roast Beef, Corn Beef, Chipped Beef, HIGGINS & McKINNEY. ry r, ."kl 'THE FOX ART GALLERY, DANVILLE, KY. 1 , d 1. B. G. FOX, THESE LENSES FLATTER. JVJouldigs. Uatest Designs fcuit-Bb- lu aJ-- . fjjmjtrJJtsrm3 i tfafe3 zH i ims6 im-- . - . wr-- -. U BRIEF HEWS DOTATION. KINGSVILLE. was thrown from his horso a few days ago and seriously, though not fatally, hurt. Mr. Phillips nnd Miss Ellon Johnson lcavo tomorrow on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy at Frankfort. Tho democrats hero havo their guns loaded and aro ready for action. Humors aro rlfo of tho marrlBRo of ono of our blooming young widows to In tho near future nn Plulc breakfasts, purpio dinners, scarlet suppers and double headed eu chres, a now game, make up tho "func tions" of our futhlonablcs. Our young Nlmrods are preparing for tho approaching hunting season No clay pigeons now, but real, live birds. All poacher ou our pronocves will bo promptly dealt with. Aro the railroads and tolcpraph authorities Instructing their employes to vote against Goobel or at least to abstain from voting? It looks llko It to a "man up a treo." Yet wo aro u free people. How one's heart yearns to extend our glorious freedom to tho benighted Filipinos. Dr. Johnson aid 'Patriotism Is tho last rolugo of a scoundrel." Tho doctor meant tho buncomu sort, of course, not the genuine. Aro the bones of our forefathers rattling In their graves? And Is not tho rattling a Tireludo to tho coming storm that will purify tho political atmosphere? Socially all Is lovely among us and thu goose hangs, high; financially well, I would rather not dilate on that subject now. LOST STEER A ! W-A.aSTTIEl.D THEINTEHIO RJOURHAL Xutellii.d,idk3ri $1 - When not i &xdL JtTridswv PER YEAR CASH nniilsa.OO wilt hechanreit r WOMEN V SHOULD WEAR the ULTRA the new shoe for women because they are made on scientific shoe principles. Made over lasts that ha e been modeled from the human foot. Made to ghe comfort to retain their shape and of the very choicest material that money can buy. 3.50 ts the one standard price you pay for Davo Lindsay, of Ballard county, foil from a pecan trcoand broko his neck. Joslah flaynei, of ElkvIIIc,- - Ind., dropped dead when his wlfo finvo birth to a third pair of twin. A snowstorm has been racing In the mountains of Colorado. One llfo la known to have been lost. JuiIro John J. Uamsoy, o! OwIhrs-vlllwas elected grand master of the Kentucky prantl lodge of Masons. Two section men wcro struck by the Ur)nn special train near Shelby vlllo and both were badly hurt ono probae, John Leo Peclal reprvehtatlyoof And wilting to pay top price In CAit for Chickens, 1 reniner.Hoot, i'uck. ucese, CRUHER, HUOOEI.L & CO., lire Wa, Turkov. (nenB, Yellow Morcliant Tailors, lit West Ttd Street, I Hide of nil klmi. uopper, iron ana Cincinnati, O 1110 wr wwn, Untie. Also win 00 in hVo toe ami Ret tnv price before selling, and Will display Sample at tho "l Asatdi Hotel my heailiiuarters. cash, Call lirStanford on tho Mill of Ecli Month . Twenty Attn of farol 2', mile North of Stan get apot burg. IUcketat Flore. 'lendlj cistern at at J. work A All garment fitted on forti gnoS house of sit, rooms it. iium.iris.t Including Urn. Arple orrhird door; niithone misfit Is an Imposslbllltr with this method of ami an bunilr.ref other (roll. 10 or 111 arm to doing buslnesa. Call and etatnttie latest t JM folnwhetl rueallatonIIroJbea.1.MeltohereeT. at Stan,. 81 Saruple Pall and Winter. IKW- - lw) Milbm-KITtlRo foul or writs Pteer, which I think U veil, left mjr place alnul Ihrr weeks Ma. WUI wrlh aMut M Information leaillna to hli recuse rr thankfullr re- Ito.lsn.l, ay. John C relvitl. J. 7TOLCHHY, It. ,', Small Farm For Hcut. lira, rarn JOHN C. PEPPi.ES DINK 1AHMIII Just Like a Mill. Is noahillilito for Jailer of Lincoln Cotihly ubjivt to the nctliitt of the democratic par ty Yiiuratipimrt Is willcltcd J. X. StTTTOKT, Unclartnlcor, Kentucky THE ULTRA r v H SHOE. This style represents our "Walk. Ing Boot," designed from the true lines of the natural foot. For ab solute comfort this boot has no equal. yy ... sfAsk H. .50 per pair. J. McRoberts Lincoln County National Bank. Capital Stock.'JlOO.OOO. Institution on a firm basis Glynn county, Ga., as she roams be raised by small subscriptions of $100 through field nnd forest stark naked to $500 each. with a big pistol In hand. Ono white VOLCANIC Kltl'ITIOSS man has beon killed by her while two Arezrand. but Miln Kruptloni rob life Negroes have been wounded by her llucklen'a Aruica iulra curra thru, alw Old, olk5 tin nln and hcrer Sorw, I icrrt. Hulls feloo. Corn. bullets. UarU, Cut. UruWi, liurni. hcuo, unnl A diamond which would have coat a ll.lida. CblHla)ii. lint tile cure on rarlh. lutrra out Tains and Aches. Onlv IV a Iwi. Cure purchaser 8100 on January 1 is now KM by 1'cnuy, frrija:ti. worth $107.12. That's another result Three volunteer Urcmcn were killed of the war crisis In tho Transvaal. The De Beers Company, which markets t"be by a fulling wall at ICnlghtstown, Ind. Southern African output, controls 00 A loss of $100,000 was caused by tho per cent, of all tho diamonds mined an- fire, which, it U thought, resulted from nually. Taking advantage of tho con- an explosion of natural gas. ditions the Arm has ordered an advance HOW'taTlllS of 5 per cent four times sinco January 1undrI Dollars Ilewanl for any Ca11 guar-antem W'oolli-rOne pu- (.olddustborvswiubloeJ llh lb lui.t ?. lar strains of hsrm and sad lie hones waklnp the I would llko to take upturns on good farms romblnrd rosj.l. r JrmeT eattle all wittered and 4SMI. wIiom lu Lincoln County Tor terms and iwrticu-lara-sddr- ts. AT DEPOT. BRODHEAD, KY. fedrollull, hwlll.r thalnlireit dam Inranta Na WM LANDOHAP. IVIro Ma)iraiu lie 1'edruJlsl slid inWI werelwaofMr Cwper s winning sweeiUk Krlger. Uy fj Ilcst H.tel a the mounuios rates ..nsid.re,. herd at the World a I'alr tihorthotns an joun Idlers meet all trains Ppensi aueatiun to Irai. Mar s lopped wlih Wlldeyes. IVrles. Ilsrmn an.l sllag men Iluik-shir- e 0. tlidrl. SMiihd,.wnlip.lvlindaiioaaiid Irjui the hotfa Indlvlduallf p'o.l and ltet t herds of Kentucky. I'rUes reasonable. Loin John II. Oastlkmax. AutiiiiiO Lamhiam aud see or write tor what you want. Ten Spaniards, who had been servIlKtCMSKHH.r. CAsri.IMAX Ky. K lll.ll. Slanlorl rvpr-enu- -l by Mr ing In the Filipino army, plotted to A movemcut has been put on foot to lieWecuaranU-- eservlhlmcP asW ALTON, Lditor W. The 111" tirass Norwiles onee everjttnac ' surrender their artillery forces to Otis. establish a hospital In Versailles. One ull stik of fruit and orthsrd, lawnai.drrdrn ornaiuenul tree ras, smill fruits, asruus, The plot was discovered and eoven of man has subscribed $20,000 toward tho evrylhiu sept In ssseh aa esta'-nssorutis and the Spaniards were killed by tho en- enterprise and It Is believed that the SPRING HILL STOCK FARM meuu W eMploy no afenis. lestipttse rala II f II is i locue onsrWIreilou lo raged Filipinos. lslaai.w Ky. Telephoo.T remaining $15,000 necessary to start tho ton sali: Negro woman Is terrorizing A crazy ean easily bly fatally. Harry Adair, a mall carrier at Peoria, III., shot hla wife dead and then blew the top of bis own head off. Jcal ousy was 'ho causo. Kd Galllcher, a brakeman on the Lexington division of tho C. & O. rail road, foil between freight cars at Aden nnd was ground to pieces, John L. Markwcll shot and killed W. A. HradleyntGrango City, Ky. Tho killing was tho result of an old feud concerning Bradloy'a daughter. A London report says that .100 Doers and 13 British woro killed lu a aortic by tho British at Mafcklng. Skirmish es at other potnts aro reported. war la one of The Briton-Boagainst 200,000, and njtturully tho sympathy of nearly all tho rest of mankind Is with tho llttlo dog in the fight. Citizens of Frankfort havo prepared a bill for passage by tho next Legislature levying a tax of I cent on the $100 to raise a fund for the erection of suitable capital buildings. Tho Filipino general, Plo del Pilar, is credited with having offered to end the Insurrection for $300,000, to surrender hU army for $250,000 and to refrain from attacking Manila for 600,-00er You tike your Wheat nnd font to Morrli Fred' ".reliance In Win Dauglierty's alien la n candidate for Jailer, subject tn the acfW'est Llteou Offer hli service to the people lu Planfotil ami get Id ejtchauRC Dour nnd tion of thu democratic party Ho solicits and Casey counties I ull sunk U .lomnssnd Meal. You ran also liuy Flour, Meal. Ship-stuf- f, j our support. habd Ilrnti, Chicken I eel, Ac.. chcnicr nl I), 8. Carenter. Manse cr. A trial mV placo than nnv wlicro In town. VT Mtci rusctuns as! 'Da All Hindi of Bl I ask. t believe my ctdmngn will 1 la all n Rood thing for farmer ami I pledge Wier-- nl cyelo Kcpalrlng. transaction nnd full weight My pxxK conio from PuiMer.ir'a Illx ltlvcr Holler THK DANVILLE CVCLKCO , PANVII.LK, KY MOItlilS FIlEti. MM and are unt-clu- u o lUTh'rl Telephone No OS Uuatonvillo, R. A. JONES, MI5NTIST, ..lly.T.llSIO.V FARM FOR SALE. Wlt-1IAM- BHBt?"'foj4. Stun ford Ky. Sale of Sftortlwns .VNIIIHJrilLRSTANPAllII POLLED To close pur partncralil'i w 3. Oontntiis IM ncrca and Is In n splendid state of cultivation On the lllnck pike 5S miles from llutinlllo nnl I H from More-lan- d. Ilnsonlta dwelling of lire rooms lllld goiwl tenant hotte, liel(le necesjiarr nutbulldlugs. ftpleudld orchard, good well nnd two springs. Terms easy. W. II will sell im TUESDAY, NOV. 14th. D9f WltlllllT. Ilustoovllle. Kr. Plain and I'.Thlonable Sewing Cutting and Wter Work ft rilling a jipeeulty 31I9S EVELYN TAKDIF, Tho Soomstross. r? shade Klndrgnrten. Sale lnglna at IS oV.ocW. noor. Write for t'OIIII A. LILLAHU. catalogue. IMUTHIV, lJ. Oi.tlt aple 10 fetnalea Our entire herd of Shorthorn nnd to runlet. They tire Young Marrs. ltoe hootch nnd of tharom, Klrtletlngtona. Jcotcli-toiipeViL will nl.o ell atxiui ltw Choice, lllgli-arnd- e tlclfrn. Im'd to regl.-tere- d bulla Sale will be at I'aulconer'a .M- A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, W. S. BEAZLEY, D. I). S., Lancaster, Ky. Tooth Extracted Withont Pain Store lu lbs Owsley With Vllillif d Air Ofllre. In I'hjsl-la! Staitf'ortl, Ky. OfflMCTre UcIWUrts' liuiidim, Iruj ance. the New ThmuHon Iliilldlng. In attend(7S express my thanks to the manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cbolcra and Diarrhoea Itcnicdy, lorhav-n- g put on tho mtrkct such a wonderful medicine," says W. V. Mas;ingill, of Deaumout, Texas. There are many thousands of mothers whose children have boon erved from attacks of dysentery nnd cholera infantum who must also feel thankful It Is for sale by Craig A Hockcr. "I wish to FOR SALE. OPTIONS ON FARMS WANTED. ! FRITH HOTEL, mi;:::::, TREES,TREES umiti rj ROYAL Ifnotsuldprlratel?, wewlllstll to the hljhesl bldJer on Wecliicsdny, Nov. 15th, case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Successor toThe Farmers Bank A Truit Compauj and under same management continuYears. ously for HUBBLE. , Solicits Your Bank Aocount, Uoiilurf mcb butiues relations will prove mutual' Ijr Georgo Wood Is arranging to ship some feeding cattle to Danville, III., to sell on that Western market. Elder T. S. Tlnsley la hero preaching F.J CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We. the underslne-1- . bare known I' J Cheney for the lust 13 years, aid Iwlleve him rwrfeclly hiknnraKln In - lis sal ttauta ttjtias lnsi -- Oil it it not.. alt .............. si Vv -- """-- maue oy tncir any awe w carry out auy owi.-ation-s gists, Toledo tarrh Curer West A TRfaX, Wholesale Urunisls, Toledo, O. Waliu.mi, Ki.n.nax I JUum.n, Wholesale Drug- beuelhlal and pleasant. miiectoks: J.J Williams br, J. S. Owsley, Uooch William A. W. Crwuter, V. II. Cuuimlns, ' J. E. Lynn, S. 11. shanks J. F. Cash, . U. O.iler. urncciu: , II. Shanks. President; church, drawing large congregations to hear him. Arthur Eubanks is nt homo from Cincinnati. Wo regret to give the Gentry Bros, uu as they will be missed 89 much In this community, and no one over left tho community with more good wishes following them than they will havo. T. C. Ilankin is In the South, looking after bis mule business. Mrs J. W. Sutton la qulto sick of typhoid fever, but Is thought to bo doing fairly at tho Christian nau scaiarrn uure is tsaeu miernaiiy, acunjr directly upou the blood aud mucoiu surfaces of the syficm. restlmonUls sent free. 1'rlco 75c r but tie. hold brail DrumUts Hall's Family 1111s are, the best. (. J. 11. Owsley, W Cashier; M. Urliht, Ast. ubier. well. Why experiment on yourself with remNATIONAL BANK edies of doubtful utility when you can get Chainberlaid's Cough Kcmedy, which Or'STANUK!, KY, has stood the tot of time? Twenty-fiv- e Stock $100,000. Curplus, $17,653 61 yctrs' Mile and bso havo irovcn that rem Capital oily to he a prompt nnd certain cure for This Institution orUlnally ostaUUhed as the colds. It will cure a cold in a day if I Dank ul Stanford In 1838, then recrganlu-- it taken us toon an tho cold has been conthe National Dank ofSlautord In 18CS andsgslD tracted and before it has settled in the e4riinlitJait'it First NitUnsl BiukloIJ Stanford system, fold by Craig A Hockcr. FIRST Our firms, lylnx In Itiyle county 4 miles froiu lianTllle alul o mile, nou aiamoru vu t'auiue..i islanfonl Turnpike, abi 4 miles Irsiu Junction l.v ty ongoud tninplle These two (arms, eontalidl-slu- t land, n j iyj srrrs of sery rich and well (eeced an.l rtn exsplli,nally kept Kr u.ute. tha fifty years, our father owell-ttwo Isrnisaa a whole and be was chiefly ned s easwlln srailDj and f,e.lln( ealile tor-rs we hst. contlnueethe sauis builness lUl 110 tlos In adding to the Icrtllu land the land,, and Its convenient fi builurss. It Is now all In cras exrel.t atiout ,3 acres. The improvements couslit ol lurce tiarna ons with a capaclly lor IV) head ol ferdlng rattls, and supplied with windmill feed cutler, cum rrmber, c, toe others are for horv s and Impleiuenls The slock scales add much to the convenience of the form. There are three tensnl l.uw, two of them noues, me iniru a ruiiagc. iuiu Eoou, oruinary for truck xsnlrii, has four rooms, elsiern, stable and other oulbulldloKS, and ran he sold separately wlih lu acres of land The dwelling Is a y brick, ccnuinluill lar,(e well built rooms, untry I'alS room and kltcbeu. supplied I Ith hoi and cold waler from unfsUtng supply two I iimnn, balls, tnseuirot under wnoie bouse, wutreov- were ,n.i ,tJwt winli-- r cr The Ifbuse cost,uh iMjiaio,-- sllilUd. set., last orulnallr kept In spleudld repair It Is and lias slw.rs a very deslrsble home, among cultlva el svpla snd wllhfulourimlesof the eduailnnal advaolsgcsuf Danville the educations! centre ot Keniucay 1 he Jl acres eoDtalnlut the Impnivriuenia and the IM acres lying alongside, aid having a tenant house and one of the barue mentioned, will l sold together, or sepsrstcly, sx,nllug to the bid whhh brlnns misit money. Wwlllalsosellour live stock and Implement,.!, 11 IHigar Mules, 1U head ol horses, i Jacks, , t and 1 tears old, 3 Jennets all lu foal, sIaui W Hogs will be orlered II not sold Iwfore, also alut I'm hihli grade Mmrihutn llelfiis. all bred tu e,t Shorthorn Irfills A big stock of farmtug Implements, In gwl condition including Wa.-on- s Jof them new Much-el- l Wagons, and 1 Market gsHeuct's wsiwn, ? almost new Illnders, a leilog and a Champiuo, Cultl-alorboedfrs, Ac, Ai Also a complete outfit for msrket ginlrntr, consisting of I'otato PlanAc. ter. Plows, Aluut Tnactesof Corn, and If not sold Wore, about 2.s) hales of Hay, Terms ma li k now u on day of Nde. bale U'glns at 9 o'cioc k. r. I.. W II UI.LAKD. DR. R. C0LDST6IN, Of So 611 WfA .It. Louisville, - Kcntuclcy, llVffccof lU INSURANCE COMPANY Ul Liverpool. Iiisuran.-n Lsrrest lire World. louinnr In the St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, day, Nov. Cth, Mon- Barbee & Casilsman, Manager Southern Depurtment. General Olllcers. Columbia llulldliijr, Uiuls(30) l.vllle. Ky. - hst,rel Kilurmiuj one diiy in tach month. Zjti Ssaalscd Jail G'.a:::: S:!estl2:ally AljaiteJ. THF. FLOOD TIIIF. OF ,,,,, ,.., Himset In ami It will lucreaselu volume ilsy The most centrally located and only It by ilay, as the weather Ret ccdiler trlpplea and adiU around the Ulf- fereul sections of our store. 2r,I2SST-C0Liik.S- S FALL TRADE ! THE FIFTH AVE. HOTEL Louisville, Ky., Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Hotel In the city making a Furnishing Goods, Ac begin to show alpns ll Wo aro pleasing pttrons. ofuctltltvthau tore oan'has-- a tctter advertl-etneU One block from tho prlmlpat shopping Ixjw Prices aud wo nre the oiilyoneslii lurk the for this purpose blocUa from tho three t our ilimr Nolo tho district and two pith t!.nl lends people as they como und go. Ak them the principal theatres, reasou whv they make our toru the bi-- o of fnrcct cars poM the door In all ptrts o their clotbliig uii'l shoo supplies, and thes tlio City. Kverytliing neat and clean. ctnnot tw will tell ou that our low prlcand that' the accrct of our sutcess. Wo retoalu joun for the luweSl prlcon, . nl Stun-for- $2. RATE. well-beat- - The Racket Store look for our btgklgu. FIEB, LIFE &c BEKZLEY i- - HOTEL, m' Vfhv let your nelchbors know It? And why give them a chance to guess you are even live or ten years niorer Better give them good reasons for guessing toe other wav. It is cv casv: for nothing tells of age t quickly as gray natr. W. A.BEAZLEY, Pror., GRAB 0R0HARD,:KENTU0KY. Plilcudld AccotntiuHlatlotis, Close to Depot and Sulphur Well. IS Kites ttvusonuble, Flnu W liter INSURANCE. Onty the best compunlea represented, 12, lniulrlcs solicited. It. II. MAIIONY, Agt., Stanford. IM-o- Of Lexington, ky. Plan: INSURANCE REVERSED. Ws Pa7 While Y:nLlTC. Oil Lisa Companies Fay Whsn Yen Dlo. I iiM THAITBiyiTL To nil of niv customer for their III nil ami pro'npt piyiueiita and liopn they will continue us 1 liiiou FIrHt-Clas.- MS ta tse2,haa had practically an uninterrupted ezltt-toHalf rates to Indianapolis and resupplied now will turn via tho C. II. for l years. It It Utter D. Ky.. on Oct. (acllltles for transacting butluees promptly and lib. Hi and 21th, limited to the 20th for on account of tho meeting of tho crally than Ter before lu Its long and houorttli Carriage nuildcrs' National Associacareer. Accounts ol Indlrlduals, fiduciaries, Orini &D tion CallonyourncnrcstC.il. anl ladllldusls solicited. agont for full particulars. Soutnern Railway THK t n, Ow SIW.Ois) paid In living lneflta. Over I jO,60j lleserve an II Surplus Ix-s- l HtltS'rX-WE.UtEAirent, titanforJ, hy SMITH ltOMAN, Secy., 8 5Iorc Slioer, to uld MOTH'S GBEITEST SYSTEM 1'K.NKrilATF.S lxlngton, Ky, And am better prepared than ever work for thorn V. IU1J, LIdcuIo Co.; DiMacToat. J. W. Ilayden, Stanford ci. m S.T. llirrli, " J.a.IIockw, " W.f. Walton II. IlaughinaD, " " T.P. IIIU, W. A.TrlbtU, J. 11 Colllsr.Crab Orch'd M. J, Miller, Mt. Vernou M.U.EIuiore, Mtanford, J. S. Hockcr, orncaas. rrctldcutjj. Mtl!olrts, Cashier. b . A. A MrKluney Assistant Catbler. STOItY OF A SLAVE! lolielxmnd hand and foot for years by the chains ol disease Is tbeworrt lirui of sltvery (Jco. I) Wllllsms, of ManchcU-r- , Mlih , trlls how such aslav wssiuada feo. Hesayt "My wife has been si helpless for live years that aba could not turn over In bed alone. Alter using two liottles of Klec trie Hitlers, tha Is wonderfully Improved ind able to do her own work " This supreme remedy for female disease quickly cure nrvousne. sleepless-ties- , backache, fslntlng and me 'aiiholy, dlwy spe'ls. 'I Ms miracle working medicine Is a to weak, people. Every 8l!idguariuteed.sickly, run dowu riold by l'euny, Iwttle OjlySOeenta Druglst. si fi' .V's 'V "' "'r)l't J. H. CHEER, Stanford. Ky. EIGHT GREAT STATES Mason Hotel Ijiucaster, MIIS. U. D.HIMl'SON, Prof.. t first-clas- a. Kentucky, Tennessee, VlrRlula, Oeorgla North anil UuutU Uurollna, Alabiimii, Mississippi. K Kentucky. Through Stooping Gars lletween IaiuIstIIIb aoi tho South. vipp li luxuriant growth of hair the color of youth. It never falls to restore color to rray hair. It will stop the hair from coming out also. It feeds the hair bulbs. Thin hair becomes thick hair, ana snort oair becomes long moves all prevents its We have Hair which tend you. Nswly furnlshodi clean beds; splendrd Porter table. Kvetythlng 8U meet all trains. TUKIiE DAILY TRAINS Bach wuy between Loulivlllo and LonluRtou W. A. TUItK, j,G.cGL,AY W Tho conference at ns Chlcugo unanimously adopted reolu-tlodenouncing tho olley of Imperialism as hostile to liberty, as unconstitutional and as tondlng toward Tho policy of tho present National administration Is condemned and tho Immediate cessation of tho Philippine war is demanded. 'mill-tarlbt- It hides the age under a a youth-renewe- r. Washington, 1. O. I". A., U. V. II. TAVLOK. A. 0. 1', LnularllU. A K a. The Cquipoundaiag Ztfctllclucs. 1b ot IsOT7Z8VZXXll In our H. C. RUPLEY, The Merchant Tailor, Stanfoko, Ky., It UcvclvliiK UIs UlTDBEXAUBsIwl And Dealer In UISMAIIK'S IKON NEltVE Was lbs result of his splendid health. Indoml table will aud tremendous energy ar not found w litre Btumacb. IJrer. Kldnevs and llowels are out oioruer. it you waui idwi ijuauuea iiw ui, (ua. bring, km tbeyevery use Dr. King's Ntw Life mis. They deeJo)i powerofhralu aud body. Duly Z5c t t'euuy's Drug Store. s i balr. It cleanses the scalp; re- dandruff, and formation. a book on the we will gladly OSXOAGO. PIlEsOKIPTlOX DKI'AKTMKNT Kyouiug front Ua and the quality of all drugs used li of a Trains Morning aud done wl'h absolute accuracy HAUN20S, SADDLSX.7, 8TANKOKD, KY. 0. Jatno niac'k, of Madlsoo, was dan gerously stabbed In Clay county, where he ww buying cattle, by J, D. Gross, who was drunk. Illuck Is a relative of Hon. James D. Black, of Darbourvlllo, If vsu Aa not otitaln all th benav At yoa Mi'tcted from lb us of the Vigor, viit th doefbr about It. rrobably tbsis Is kiss difficulty wub your general system whlca insy i easily tcuievu. Anuireas. pr, J. C, Aycr, Lowell, Maw, Ion Station, 10th and Broadway, very high grade. The physician's surcesa In the treatPassengers desiring information and ment of difficult cases is dependent on the rate to Wlicousln, Minnesota, Nebraska purity and freshness of the drugs Havo and points . n the far Wett, including should addrebs his orders tilled hero and the result will bo highly B&tUfaclory. Frank J. Kced Gen. Pass. Agt , dome to See Us. E. II, llacou, l)is. Pass. Agt. Spring & a, Muuiincr GooiIh. Goods Warranted. Fit Guaranteed. Give Him a Call. Penny's Drug Store. Mgr W.II. McDoel, Ohtilcs II. UockwcU Traflio Mgr, SSW .1 Vt